Shindengen Mosfet Fh020aa Regulator/rectifier Kit Replaces Fh012aa For Sale
SHINDENGEN MOSFET FH020AA REGULATOR/RECTIFIER Note: Shindengen has replaced the former FH012AA regulator with a updated version, the new part number is FH020AA. The updated version is physically the same size only minor changes have been made to the heat sink
Beware of the copy plug and play r/r's out there now being sold ,(wire leads are attach to the regulator) they are substandard quality made in China and use under gauged wire leads instead of weather pack connectors . KIT INCLUDES
* GENUINE SHINDENGEN MOSFET FH020AA REGULATOR/RECTIFIER
* WEATHER PROOF CONNECTORS FOR SHINDENGEN REGULATORS
*COMPLETE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS WITH PICTURES
*WEATHER PROOF MAXI FUSE HOLDER
(MAXI FUSE HOLDER HAS 10GAUGE STRANDED COPPER WIRE AND CAN HANDLE 55AMPS)
*30Amp MAXI FUSE
*3 FT OF 10 GAUGE STRANDED COPPER WIRE RED
*3 FT OF 10 GAUGE STRANDED COPPER WIRE BLACK
* RING TERMINALS 3M (POS. RING TERMINAL (WITH HEAT SHRINK END)
*( 4) 3M MARINE BUTT SPLICE CONNECTORS (WITH HEAT SHRINK ENDS) This is a UNIVERSAL regulator/rectifier kit and charging system upgrade kit.
The kit can be used to upgrade 2 wire and 3 wire stator systems on all makes and models of motorcycles.
This voltage regulator is great for replacing existing undersized or obsolete regulators.
The advanced MOSFET construction will run cooler than all OEM diode style regulators.
In addition, this rectifier has overheat protection, rather than burn up it will simply turn off for a while and cool off.
This regulator can handle up to 50amp peaks & 30amp continuous 3 phase, 30amp single phase.Maxi fuse protected, unlike circuit breakers which over time can get weak and be prone to nuisance tripping. (NOTE)Not for motorcycles with 5 wire stators in which 2 of them are for brushes. Or Field Control Type charging systems using non permanent magnet rotors. For your reference the mounting center to center is 68mm to 70mm using 6mm bolts the bolt center could be filled wider or a adapter plate could be made for other mounting applications.Often the stator has failed and the regulator gets the blame. A stator is difficult to check completely as they often fail only when hot.
These simple checks will find some bad stators, but a stator that passes these checks may still be defective.1. Check the resistance between the leads, this is normally under 1 or 2 ohms. If you have a 3 phase stator, the resistance between each of the 3 lead combination's (AB,AC,BC) should be equal. If you see higher resistance, or unequal resistances, the stator is bad.
2. Check the resistance to ground, it should be well over 10 Meg ohm.Battery condition is important. No regulator can make up for a bad or weak battery.
If in doubt charge your battery and have it load tested, or simply replace it.
ALWAYS START WITH A FULLY CHARGED BATTERYNOTE ABOUT CRIMPED CONNECTIONS:
Crimping was invented by Amp Incorporated in 1941 as a solderless method for terminating wires and connectors. When done right, a crimped connection can be much stronger and longer lasting than a soldered connection, and have electrical resistance of the equivalent length of wire. A properly done crimp is also gas-tight as well, not allowing oxidation to degrade it over time. Note your factory connections are all crimped.
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